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October 9, 2019 Karen Lewis

KMTA Has A New Look!

KMTA National Heritage Area’s logo and brand has undergone a significant transformation! While our core mission remains the same to preserve, protect, and promote the unique history, culture, and natural resources that make up this beautiful area, we’ve taken our original look and updated our brand to reflect the vibrant, rich, and welcoming characteristics of KMTA NHA.

Included with KMTA’s brand refresh is a new website, newsletter, brochures, and additional material to tell the story of the people, paths, and places that contribute to the history and culture of the transportation corridor from Seward to Girdwood through the western Chugach Mountains.

Long used for travel for fishing, hunting, and gathering by the Dena’ina Athabascans, the routes, paths, trails, rails, and roads throughout the KMTA NHA continue to connect communities within a dramatic landscape. Through our new logo and brand we hope to capture a sense of this natural environment by depicting mountains, sky, water, and forest we continually associate with home.

For 10 years, the KMTA National Heritage Area has worked to promote, collaborate, and advocate for our communities by awarding over $1.2 million in federal grants to spur an additional $2.1 million in non-federal match through projects that have directly benefited the communities we serve.

With our updated look and resources we look forward to forming new partnerships, serving our communities, preserving our rich history, and promoting new opportunities found throughout KMTA NHA.

Best Regards,
Jessica Szelag
Executive Director